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    Russell Coight

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    Nice One!!! Hope you get a good run with it... especially with the added mods ...should do all you want...atb ...Paul

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    Lofty Wiseman
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    Mines a triton or my dr650image.jpgimage.jpg

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    Jack Abasalom
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    I want one of these:

    Bush Class USA Basic Certified

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    Jon Muir
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    Resurrecting an old thread here but, hey, that's what they're for. Lol.
    You are gazing with wonder and awe at my new BLV.
    Well it will be once I get it all set up.....now the work begins.
    It's a 2008 Nissan Navara D40.
    I'm going to keep it pretty basic and build a bed in the back, add some storage, put in a dual battery system and put in a table and chairs.
    Hopefully, I can encourage my most loved to start coming back out camping with me, so I will be starting off nice and simple and hopefully build up from there.
    I'll keep you posted.
    By the way, anyone want to buy an awesome Mitsubishi Delica. It is with real sadness that I have to part with it, but I have to. Life moves on.
    Cheers
    Bloffy
    How can I ever get lost when everyone is always telling me where to go?

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    Mors Kochanski
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    I go on foot, unless I am cutting & carting wood, in which case I use the property vehicle which is a Russian Lada 4WD. My own 4WD is a Triton Diesel, & my wife's 4WD is a Toyota Hilux.
    Keith.
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    "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
    I took the one less travelled by,
    And that has made all the difference".
    Robert Frost

    http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com/

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    Russell Coight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mozzie View Post
    this is our 2nd Triton....the first one was only a 2WD.

    we traded up and got the 4X4......best thing we EVER did.

    Attachment 16503

    before the Tritons we had a Holden Rodeo and that thing was "thirsty" on petrol.
    Nice. Is your truck lifted or not? I just got my Triton ML, and I'm thinking of adding a 2" suspension lift to improve its off-road performance.

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